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Little Rock Students Barred
From TV Studio In Washington
New Liberal Credit
Terms Now in Effect
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*54 Chevrolet 150, 4-Dr ,$595
*53 Buiek Super Hard Top .., $695
*sl Chevrolet 2-Dr. $295
*SO Ford V-8 2 Dr $95
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N. C. Dealer No 645
ON THE STREETS OF RALEIGH
Remember O’Neal's Summer Sale is still
We have a good stock of 2-Dr.’s, 4-Dr/s,
6's, V-B’s, 6 & 9 passenger wagons, both
Plymouths and Desotos.
OPEN EVENINGS TIL 9
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By ALICE A. UUNNIGAN
WASHINGTON -- (ANP) The
children who so courageously
fought the battle for school integra
tion in Little Rock this week were
prevented from attending a teen
age dance television program at
Station WTTG, when an elevator
operator refused to carry them up
to the station.
Seven of the nine children
who shouldered the burden of
! desegregation at Centra! High
srhool, and their leader, Mr*.
Daisy Bates, were in Washing
ton to attend the Elks conven
tion and were guests at the Ra
leigh hotel where the TV sta
tion is located.
DECIDE TO VISIT STUDIO
After watching Milt Grant’s daily
"Record Hop" program the young
people decided to pay a personal
visit to the studio. Monday, since
Johnny Mathis was to be honor
They were stopped at the elevator
i by the operator whom they said
informed them that could not go
up because this was "white folks"
Mrs Bates protested to the sta
tion where she was informed that
the elevator operator was acting on
his own initiative.
FOUR WITNESSES are shown a- they appeared before the Sen
ate Labor Rackets Committee, which is Investigating the practices
of the. Teamsters Union. Left to right are (topi Joseph Ferrars,
identified by the committee as a Teamster “muscle man" with a lon*
St. Augustine’s faculty And
Staff Conference Announced
The annual faculty and staff ori
entation and planning conference
of St. Augustine’s College will be
held Monday and Tuesday, Sep
tember 15-16. Using the theme, “To
ward Meeting The Objectives of a
Church-Related College. President.
James A. Boyer, has announced
that outstanding speakers will be
On Monday, September 13, Dr.
Boyer will introduced faculty snd
staff member and officially open
the 1958-59 school year Other
speakers for Monday are: Dr. Her
man Branson, Head, Department of
“S7” FORD Custom, 3-Dr.
Heater. Light Blue.
"57” FORD Custom “300” 4-
Dr. R 8* H. Safety belts. Dark
Blue. W t 3B $1895
“S 3” PYLMOUTH Cran
brook—2-Dr., R&H Auto
tiansmission, Was $695
“53” CHEVROLET 4-Dr. R
&H, Was $695
“53” FORD Fairlane Town
Sedan R&H Auto-trans
mission. Air * conditioned,
White Sidewall tires . . .
Priced To Sell!
“51” Willy* Station Wagon.
Heater-Overdrive. Was $495
%—LOTS TO SERVE YO*J~* j
Person & Davie Sts.
318 S. Person St.
K c. DMsjor'MW
Physics, Howard University, ,who
will speak on "The Role of the Fac
ulty in Promoting Academic Excel
cnee', Dr, W. Edward Parrison.
Chairman. Department of English.
K C College at Durham." The
Role of the Teacher in Promoting
Academic Excellence". Dr, W. Ed
ward Farrison. Chairman, Depart
ment of English, N. C. College at
Durham, "The Role of the Teacher
in Promoting Effective Use of Oral
and Written English."
Ronald Dm-kett, Director of
Student Personnel Service, will
talk an "The Student Person
nel Pont of View", Purdie An
ders, Director of Public Rela
tion*. C. H. McLendon and ft.
Funeral Os Andrew G. Parrish
Held At Method Bapt. Church
METHOD Andrew C. Parrish.
65 years of age. religious and civic
leader of Method, born September
1, 1893, passed at 2:40 A. M. Tues
day, September 2, 1958 after a
ANDREW C. PARRISH
Mt Sinai Saints Os God:
Closes At Raleigh
SI32JCT M.liilc. f-OPE
police record; Herman Hendricks, business agent of Local 688 Bot
lom, left to right: Barney Dandridge, identified as a. constable for
St. Louis; and B. A. Foster, vice-president of the Allen Cab Co., St.
Louis, Mo. (UP! TF.LEPHOTOL
L Lynch in "Student Flare
On Tuesday. September 16, Igal
Bp: aggins, Registrar will discuss
"Survey and Research Findings of
Relevance to the College Teacher".
J. M. Holloway, Business Manager
' The Faculty and Fiscal Relations"
Mrs. M. B. Walker, Librarian, "The
Library as related to the College
Mrs. Irene Dickens. Dean of
Women: C. C. Gray. Dean of Men;
Dr. P. R. Robinson, Dean of In
struction, “Interpretation of the
Student Handbook". R. B Mat
thews, The Faculty and Staff
Chest Fund" Thursday Sent, 16. 8
V M. in the Cheshire Dining Hall,
short illness, at Saint Agnes' Hos
The son of the late Cary Parrish
and Adeline Ligon Parrish, he
spent his entire life here at Meth
od and was a devoted member of
the Oak City Baptist Church.
Funeral srevjces will be held at
the Oak City Baptist Church at 3:
00 P. M Thursday, September 4
The body will lay in stale from 12
00 P. M. until time of the funeral.
Burial will follow in the Oak-
He is survived by his wife. Mrs.
Cone Atwater Parrish, of the home;
two sons. Andrew Charlie, and Ev
erette, of Washington D. C ; four
daughters. Mrs. Gertrude P. Ste
phen of Raleigh: Mrs. Grace P Be
thea of Method: Mrs. Gwendolyn
P. Wilkinson and Mrs. Katheryn
P Hicks, of Washington, D. C.
one brother, Charles Parrish, of
Greensboro: three sisters, Mrs. Ka
tie Smith of Method; Mrs. Verdie
P. Washington of Raleigh; and
Mrs. Bessie P. Dupree of Clinton:
seven grandchildren; two nephews,
four neiees and a host of other rel
The Ninth Annual Convocation of
the Mount Sinai Saint* of God Holy
Church, 1719 Pender Street. Ra
leigh, was held during the week
of August 24-31. Services for the
meeting were conducted daily at
s:a. m., 9:30 a. m. and bible lectures
were held at lira. m. All night ser
vices started at 8 o’clock.
The Convocation was well-at
tended by members and friends
from Raleigh, Fuquay-Springs, Dur
ham, Walkers’ Cross Roads and
It was In September of 1949
that the First Annual Convoca
tion «u organized. Ministers
present at that time were: Bish
op Maude Pope, Elder Roberta
"nrnett. R-v. Bessie Haywood,
Rev. John Ruffin, Rev. Sister
Ruffin and Elder B. A. Long
Founder and pastor of the Mi.
Sinai Saints of God Holy Church
was Bishop Pope of Raleigh.
Bishop • ••?- Pc;--, .rrirlft ri
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' WFEK ENDING SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER A 195 R
Tiie Facility Staff banquet will be
held with Dr. Boyer presiding, Dr.
Tollie L. Caution. Secretary, Divi
sion of Racial Minorities. Protes
tant Episcopal Church, will speak
on “The Role of the Faculty in s
Church Related College.
KNOXVILLE, T«n.». Knox
ville College expects around 250
freshmen and new students at its
Orientation assembly Monday
Sept. 8. at 7:30 p. nr, in Presnell
Chapel, Dr. L. L. Campbell, Dean
of the College, announced today.
Opening the United Presbyter
ian Church related institution's Bth
academic year is a full week of ac
tivities planned to help acquaint
these students with the Knoxville
College campus and personnel
President James A. Colston will
preside over the initial faculty and
staff meeting at 10 a, m. Sept. 8.
Freshmen and new students will
register for courses Thursday, Sept,
it. in Giffen-Alumoi Memorial
building (gymnasium). Upperclass
men and reutraing students regis
ter Friday, Sept. 12, same place.
Classes begin Monday, Sept. 15,
at 8 a. m
NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS
STATE OP NORTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OT WAKE
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
EMMA B TAYLOR. Plant iff
HARRY TAYLOR. Defendant
TO HARRY TAYLOR
TAKE NOTICE THAT
A pleading seeking relief against -'<vi
has been filed in tire above entitled
The nature of toe relief being sought
is as follows: To secure an absolute
divorce or, the part of the pin in tlf'
based upon the grounds ot two yesi »
continuous separation between the
plaintiff and the defendant
You are required to make defense
to such pleadings not later than Oc
tober 18th. 1938. and upon jour failure
to do so, the party seeking relief e
gainst you will apply to the Court for
the relief sought.
This 27th nay of Angus'. 1958
SARA ALLEN. .A: it. Ck. Superior Ct
F J. CARNAGE Attorney
Aug. 30; Sept. 6-13-20.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
BEFORE THE CLERK
& P NO. 8751
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
JESSE C. SAUNDERS and wife, POU4E
W. SAUNDERS, Petitioners
MATTIE LAWSON and husband. LEON
ARD LAWSON: BESSIE: CRUDUP and
husband, JOSEPH CRUDUP; HELEN
MATTHEWS and husband. THEODORE
MATTHEWS; GUSSIE BEIL and hus
band. GEORGE BELL, JESSE SAN
DERS ar.d wife, ANN SANDERS; FRED
SANDERS. Unmarried; ORA SANDERS
Widow. CHARLIE ALFRED SANDERS
and wife, d any; ROSE NEIL SAN
DERS and husband, if any; ALGIE
SANDERS and husband If any; IRENE
S. Smith and husband, FRANK SMITH;
CARRIE S. JONES and husband,
CHUCK JONES; DAVID SANDERS and
wife, EDNA SANDERS; ROBERT
SCOTT. SR., ROBERT SCOTT, JR . Un
married; JAMES SCOTT and wife, il
anv: CHARLIE SCOTT and Wife, if
any; WILLIE SCOTT and wife, if anv;
CHRISTINE SCOTT ar.d husband, if
any; CHARLOTTE ATKINSON and
husband. CHARLIE ATKINSON, and
all other unknown persons having or
claiming an interest in the land des
cribed in this petition,
TO Jesse Sanders and wife, Ann San
ders; David Sanders and wife, Edna
Sanders; .Tamer. Scott and wife, if any.
Christine Scott and husband, if any;
Helen Matthews and husband, Theo
dore Matthews; Fred Sanders. Unmar
ried; Ora Sanders, Widow. Charlie Al
fred Sanders and wife, if any; Rose
Nell Sanders and husband, if any; AT
gie Sanders and husband, if any; Rob
ert Scott. Sr and nil other permns;
i-iavice an mterpst in mid Iffia or wt»S j
claim an interest in said 'and, itn: r'
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! names and addresses being unknown
! to the petitioners.
j YOU and each of you will take no
nce that air action entitled above has
j been commenced at tire Superior Court
I of Wake County m which the petition*
■ ers seek to sell the land herein de--
; cribed for the purpose of dividing the
i proceeds; it being impracticable to rii
j vide said land.
YOU will take notice that you are
i required lo appear at the office of the
undersigned Cierk of Superior Couii
of Wake County, on or before the litb
day of October, 1358, and answer or d,
murrer to the petition filed herein or
the petitioners will apply to the Court
for the relief therein demanded.
The said land which will be sold «►
| described as follows:
That: lot or parcel of land lying in*,
situate just east of the corporals land
, of the City of Raleigh and better de -
cribed and bounded by a line as fol
BEGINNING in the eastern line of
Pettigrew Street at the S.W. corner i :
Lang Powell's iot; thence running Ea-t
with the said Poweil's line 157 V? feet
more or less, to a stake: in the line of
Wesley Jenkins; thence south wif.i
satd Jenkins line 50 feet to a star.
I thence v.est parallel with said Powell's
| line 157 1 ,} feet, more or less, to Petti
| grew Street; thence north with the
j eastern line of said Street 50 feet t.,
the BEGINNING. Being the northern
I portion of the iot conveyed to Jas
I Moore, April 8 1905. by Clark Cmdi.'
!ot a!s by deed recorded in Book IS:
j Page 132. m the office of the Regist- •
i of Deeds for Wake County.
Tins 26th day of August, 165a
Assistant Clerk of Superior Court
F J CARNAGE. Attomc:
August 30, September 8. 13, 20.
Having qualified as Administrator ot
! the Estate of Dr. John O. Plummer, de-
I ceased, late of Wake County, North
Carolina this is to notify all persons
having claims against the Estate of
said deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at 13 K. Hargett Slre?t,
Raleigh. N. C.. o- or before the 25'b
day of July, 1959, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. At!
persons Indebted to the Estate will
please make immediate payment.
This 28th day ot July. ISIS.
MECHANICS & FARMERS BANK.
r. J. CARNAGE Att’y.
August 2, 9. 16, .23, 30; September 6
Having qualified a* Administrator
of the Estate of Walter F. Hayes, de
ceased. late of Wake County, North
Carolina, this is to notify all person:
having claims against the estate of
said deceased, to exhibit them to the
undersigned at 125 East Hargett Street,
Raleigh. North Carolina, on ot before
the 23th day of July, 1959 or this no
tice will be pleaded In bar of their re
All persons indebted to the estate
will please make immediate payment.
This 25th day of July, 1958
ATTORNEY GEORGE R. GREEN*
August S. 9, 16, 23, 30: September 6
ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE
Having qualified as Administratrix
of the Estate of Mr. Edward Jones, de
ceased, late of Wake County. North
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
having claims against, the Estate of
said deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at 1501 E. Lane Street, Ra
leigh. North Carolina, on or before 4tn
day of August, 195 S or this notice will
be pleaded In .bar of their recovery.
Ail persons indebted to the estate will
please make immediate payment.
This 4th day of August. 1959.
V* ,T CAHN'-TF Attnrorv
Aug. n. if,, 26, <nt, fife, 8, iJ, mas.